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The 2019 Jakarta EE Developer Survey is underway!

The Jakarta EE Working Group is launching the Jakarta EE Developer Survey for 2019!


Jakarta EE - What's New in 2019?

Check out what's new in 2019 for Jakarta EE!


Eclipse IoT Reaches New Milestones in Open Source IoT Leadership

Eclipse IoT reaches three million lines of code, 41 member companies, 37 IoT projects, and 350 contributors - bringing IoT leaders together to standardize open architecture.


Participate in the 2019 IoT Developer Survey!

The Eclipse IoT Working Group is pleased to launch the 2019 IoT Developer Survey and we want to hear from you!


Eclipse Newsletter - Editorial Calendar 2019

Our goal with the newsletter is to deliver great content that educates, motivates, and inspires our community!


Open Source: Can you afford not to get involved?

To say that the open source community is on a roll would be an understatement.


Eclipse Foundation: 15 Years Young

Saturday, February 2, 2019 marks the 15th birthday of the Eclipse Foundation. That was the day that it was publicly and officially announced, and the opening day of the first ever EclipseCon conference.

2019/01/29 is Live! PS: Bloggers, We Need You! is the new blog home for our global community to stay up to date on the latest Jakarta EE news, technologies, best practices, and more.


Eclipse Specification Process IV: The Specification Committee Votes

One key difference between Eclipse open source software projects and open source specification projects is that specification projects must be aligned with exactly one specification committee


Tradista Joins Eclipse Foundation

Tradista will contribute to the Jakarta EE project, bringing its long experience in the Java EE platform applied to the financial sector.


Eclipse Development Process 2018

In December 7/2018, the Eclipse Foundation's Board of Directors approved a new edition of the Eclipse Development Process (EDP) which introduces one particularly significant change, along with a small number of other useful changes.


Eclipse Foundation Drives $9 Billion in Open Source Innovation

Global open source foundation finishes 2018 with 360+ open source projects, 162+ million lines of code written and more than 275 sponsor members


Read the newest Jakarta EE Newsletter!

This month we bring you a fully loaded Jakarta EE newsletter with a mix of technical content, community news, and a tutorial!


Eclipse Foundation Specification Process, Part III: Creation

Creation' is an integral part of the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process. Read Wayne Beaton's newest blog on the topic.


How is the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) different from Java Community Process (JCP)?

There are many differences between Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) and Java Community Process (JCP), let's focus on my top 5!


Eclipse Foundation Specification Process, Part II: the EFSP

The Eclipse Foundation Specification Process defines a general framework for developing specifications in open source at the Eclipse Foundation.


Eclipse Foundation Specification Process, Part I: The EDP

A quick Eclipse Development Process (EDP) primer.


Eclipse Foundation Hosted Services Privacy and Acceptable Usage Policy

The Eclipse Foundation recently made available a new policy to make sure that our projects and hosted services are compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Eclipse Foundation Updating Contributor and Committer Agreements

See Mike Milinkovich's blog explaining the upcoming changes to these agreements and what steps are being taken to implement the update


Eclipse Foundation Publishes MicroProfile eBook

15 page executive guide sets context for enterprises evaluating MicroProfile & enterprise Java microservices for digital transformation


Participate in the 2018 Eclipse Foundation Brand Survey

We are excited to launch the 2018 edition of our brand survey!


Case Study: How Bosch Is Succeeding with Open Source at Eclipse IoT

How is it that a 150-year-old, 400,000 employee industrial conglomerate is competing and winning in the rapidly involving IoT software industry?


Eclipse CBI - Common Build Infrastructure changes

The Eclipse CBI, which traces its roots back to 2006, has undergone some important changes recently, including a new Kubernetes+Docker-powered environment at that re announced previously.


Eclipse Foundation and Cloud Native Computing Foundation Collaborate to Grow Kubernetes Use Cases in Trillion Dollar IoT Market

Red Hat and other Eclipse IoT members will collaborate in working group to extend capabilities of Kubernetes for IoT Edge use cases.


K8s at the Edge - Some Context on the New Kubernetes IoT Working Group

The Eclipse Foundation is excited to be part of today's announcement of a new Kubernetes IoT Edge Working Group.

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